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Public Records Requests

The Duval County Tax Collector’s Office supports the Florida ‘Government in the Sunshine’ laws, designed to provide transparency and openness in government operations. The Florida law on Public Records may be found in its entirety in in Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes.
Requests may be submitted in person, via phone, via email, via facsimile, or through the mail.
To request a public record from the Duval County Tax Collector’s Office,  please contact Brad Simmons, Director of Audit and Compliance. Email requests can be sent to (please include "Public Records Request" in the subject line), by phone at (904) 255-5798, or via mail at the address below.
Duval County Tax Collectors Office
Attn: Brad Simmons
Public Records Request
231 E. Forsyth Street, Suite 200
Jacksonville, FL 32202
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